A recent survey from the American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI) reveals that 68% of Americans purchase frozen food products at least weekly, if not more frequently.
The first time Praveen Penmesta ever sat in a driver’s seat, he was behind the wheel of a tractor. Now, the CEO and founder of Monarch Tractor is leading a charge to electrify vehicles for agricultural use.
Fresh produce is the largest sector of our food supply that doesn’t have a kill step, so we have to take steps to minimize foreseeable food safety hazards. The more we know, the better prepared we are to protect our customers, our companies, our supply chain, the industry as a whole — because we’re all tied together.
Start-up company NanoGuard Technologies is in the early phases of designing a technology that uses air and electricity to kill molds and pathogens on fruits, vegetables and other food, with a goal of replacing chemical sanitizers throughout the food chain.
A new range of products from shelf- life solutions specialist Food freshly takes aim at the oxidation issues that can plague fresh-cut produce by targeting the problem at the root.
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